Books by Keith Snyder

THE NIGHT MEN by Keith Snyder
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Nov. 30, 2001

"Instead, it's really a belated coming-of-age story—Jason's 30-something—that's frequently funny and at times surprisingly moving."
In his third outing (Trouble Comes Back, 1999, etc.), Jason Keltner, musician, makes it clearer than ever that he's also Jason Keltner, wannabe warrior whose bible is his treasured copy of The Night Men, a pulp fiction novel in which Tom Carter—p.i., latter-day knight-errant, and authentic hard guy—takes a bare-knuckles approach to moral ambiguity that Jason would love to emulate, if only he had the same bare knuckles. Read full book review >
COFFIN'S GOT THE DEAD GUY ON THE INSIDE by Keith Snyder
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 25, 1998

"The title says it all: determined postmodern whimsy for those in the mood."
To oblige his friend Norton Platt, and maybe to make a little bit of the cash that electronic musical compositions like Untitled #23 haven't been bringing in, Jason Keltner agrees to babysit Paul Reno (with whom his friendship had cooled when Paul slept with Jason's ex) by inviting him to rent a vacant apartment in Jason's building. Read full book review >